Born and raised in Southern California, it was only natural that Malibu native Chad Rogers returned to the West Coast after graduating with a degree in Business and minor in Finance from the University of Denver. During this time Rogers also earned his real estate license. Upholding the motto, “Give clients what they want, whenever they want,” is what has catapulted the young Chad Rogers into one of the most successful and sought after real estate experts and realtors in Southern California.
Since the start of his career, Rogers has sold over half a billion in real estate. He has built and maintained a reputation among power-player clientele, including professional athletes, celebrities and high-ranking business officials while working for Rick Hilton and Jeff Hyland at the prestigious Hilton & Hyland real estate brokerage. In 2015, he had a record breaking year in which he sold more than $82 million worth of homes. In 2010, his sales included the highest publicly priced MLS listing of all of Los Angeles County. The listing closed at $23.5 million on Dec. 15, 2010. Because of his continued real estate success, his expertise has been featured in various media outlets including Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Parade, Los Angeles Confidential, KCAL TV, Chicago Tribune, AOL, Angeleno Magazine, Huffington Post, Luxist, Hot Properties, Realtor.com and Bankrate.com.
In addition to business, Rogers is a strong believer in giving back to the community. He has offered key advice at numerous speaking engagements such as the Scottsdale Luxury Home tour Holiday Soiree, The University of Redlands, LA’s Matters on Design event, NATPE, Learning Annex NYC and the “Success 101 Speakers Series” hosted by the Young Professionals Global Network. He also makes a point to participate in various charitable causes, such as Los Angeles Mission, and Celebrity Catwalk benefiting the National Animal Rescue. Chad was also honored by the Los Angeles City Council on behalf of the city of Los Angeles for his countless hours of time and effort in order to better his community.